The president of the Republic of Kenya William ruto together with a section of his cabinet have already landed in nairobi's kibera area to oversee the official opening of containers for the second day of the Kenya certificate of primary education which Began on Monday.
Speaking at the event at the president said that the school going children will be provided with basic necessities to ensure that they carry out their exams without any major hiccup as they seek to make strides in the other phase of their lives.
Ruto was in the company of Cabinet secretary in charge of education Ezekiel Machogu together with a cabinet secretary in charge of interior coordination Kithure kindiki who yesterday made a tour of the capitol to ascertain the security situation.
The week-long exercise is expected to see close to 3 million school going children take part in different examinations including Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education Kenya of primary education together with grade 6.
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